I have succesfully installed ADB and as far as i know it seems to be working properley as i can access the ADB shell on my device.
However when i get to a certain stage of the rooting process it all seems to go wrong.
I have been using the above rooting guide (can't hyperlink first post!) and i cannot get past stage 7 of the process because the 'exit' command doesnt seem to work in Command Prompt (Windows 7) and it is stopping me from being able to exit the ADB Shell. I have tried other ways of exiting the shell such as ctrl+C but this kills ADB completely and i think that it is undoing the previous steps of the guide.
I do get the message:
uid=0(root) gid=1000(shell) groups=1003(graphics),1004(input),1007(log),1011(a db),1015(sdcard_rw),3001(net_bt_admin),3002(net_bt ),3003(inet)
so i think that i have successfully rooted the device but i cannot proceed to push the 'su' file to the device as i can't exit the adb shell, i just keep getting lists of text saying reboot (-n) (-p) and everytime i use the exit command nothing seems to happen and the flashing # symbol keeps coming back.
Has anybody else had this problem? or have any idea of how to stop the ADB Shell with any other commands other than 'exi't or Ctrl+C?